International Cricket 2010 on Twitter

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Last night, we did a live review of Codemasters’ new game International Cricket 2010 on Twitter. We played a Twenty20 match as Pakistan and basically got battered.

Anyone interested in live Twitter reviews of cricket computer games can follow us again from about 7pm tonight when we’re going to have a go at day one of the Ashes.

This is perhaps the dorkiest thing we’ve ever done and we’re a massive, massive dork anyway. A live Twitter review of a cricket computer game. Even mum doesn’t think we’re cool.

Follow us on Twitter. Reply to our auto-updates and then marvel at how we don’t respond for a full week.


Mike Gatting wasn't receiving the King Cricket email when he dropped that ludicrously easy chance against India in 1993.


Why risk it when it's so easy to sign up?


  1. Mums aren’t there to think you’re cool – they’re there to love you and make sure you have clean socks and a haircut

  2. Well who is the one person we can rely on to say that we’re cool then?

    There must be someone…

  3. Giles Clarke: “I’ve always thought King Cricket was cool”

    — BBC website 28/03/09 —

  4. In an endearing way. Dorky is endearing, isn’t it? You Twitter posts made me laugh but I’m not signing up. Too new-fangled for me. Where does new-fangled get you, eh? Giles Clarke, some stupid grins and a perspex box full on fake £20 notes.

  5. i can’t wait for 7pm – i might get dressed up and camp out in the street to highten the anticipation.

    Who’s with me?

  6. We were all with you but we did it at 7pm UK time yesterday.

    Knock yourself out there. Enjoy yourself.

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